The after party is just as important as all of the sessions at a conference. The after party provides a venue to meet, interact, and befriend other developers. Lone Star PHP always strives to provide the most inclusive and exciting after parties! Each night you can expect to see a couple of corn hole boards, tons of board games, and a kinect running on the big projector. There is no need to run off after the keynote, we provide food and beverages for everyone. No matter what your drink preference, we have you covered! Drinks provided are Beer (Omni's Brews), mixed drinks, wine, Mexican Cokes (made with real sugar), "Dublin" Dr. Peppers (made with real sugar), assorted lemonades, water, etc.
Jeff Carouth and Matt Frost are back again to kick off the after party with a live edition of Loosely Coupled. This is your chance to not only hear the conversation as it happens, but also to influence the discussion with your questions and comments.
The PHP community's favorite trivia game is coming to $Texas. Please phrase your answers in the form of a question.
One of the goals for Lone Star PHP is to always bring more people into the Open Source Community. This year, we will have a room setup to help get everyone some Open Source Software. Whether you're creating a bug ticket, writing documentation, and/or committing code; that is a contribution! This year we are having the Open Source Software Room open both nights of the conference! We also intend to have a conference project, stay tuned.
Thanks to the generous support of our sponsors year after year we're able to present this conference at minimal cost to our attendees, opening up attendance to many who could not normally justify the cost of similar events. We couldn't do it without their support and we hope that this year you'll help us share this experience with the community. With the amazing feedback we receive each year from our attendees and sponsors we continue to improve our event to keep our place as the best php community conference around.
In 2015, Lone Star PHP looks to build on its previous success. If you would like to be a part of making 2015 the best event yet, review the sponsor prospectus.